Prince William has suggested entrepreneurs should focus on saving Earth rather than engaging in space tourism.
The Duke of Cambridge said great brains and minds should be "trying to repair this planet, not trying to find the next place to go and live".
He also warned about a rise in "climate anxiety" among younger generations.
William spoke to the BBC's Newscast ahead of the first Earthshot Prize to reward those trying to save the planet.
The prize's name is a reference to the "moonshot" ambition of 1960s America, which saw then-President John F Kennedy pledge to get a man on the moon within a decade.
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